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now at 5:00...sherman park disturbance: the arrests made last night in the same place a milwaukee police officer shot and killed a man two weeks ago. plus... drug abuse crackdown. how the feds-- are helping communities across the country-- get people clean from drugs. let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm bridget shanahan in for vince vitrano. and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved
the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather. incident free dry roadslight traffic with speeds at or above posted across interstate and major highwaysbrewers versus the cardinals at 7:10
new from overnight more disorder and more arrest in sherman park.it's been nearly 3 weeks since the riots in that area.ann sterling is live with more. 10 people were arrested in the sherman park area for resisting an officer. police say neighbors called complaining a crowd of about 30-40 people were gathering near 44th and auer.police showed up and asked the crowd to leave. after waiting approximately 20 minutes --- the crowd was asked to leave again.police say some of the crowd did leave the area, but others refused. that's when mpd began to make arrests. but -- one elected official who was out here last night disagrees with how milwaukee
he says he was out here with faith leaders last night when he was arrested. police did let the state rep go but 10 people were arrested. the intersection at 44th and auer is where 23-year-ol killed by a milwaukee police on august 13th...setting off 2 nights of riots in this area. we have noticed police patroling the area. today, one of three men facing charges for looting a liquor store during the violence in sherman park will be in court for a bail hearing.prosecutors say durrell jones and two others ransacked the clark's liquor store at 48th and burleigh.the owner says the looters were inside for about an hour.jones told detectives
to be there. a milwaukee man accused of killing another man outside the district six police station is expected in court today. police say 65-year-old randall drescher got into an argument with a 52-year-old man outside the police station. he then allegedlly pulled a gun and shot the other man. drescher walked into the police station along with his friend and turned themselves in. also expected in court today, a former cudahy police dispatcher accused of stealing money meant to pay for tickets.prosectors say melissa mueller failed to record at least three different payments in july.the alleged theft was caught on surveillance cameras. mueller has pleaded not guilty. milwaukee police are searching for suspects in a deadly shooting on milwaukee's north side.one person was killed and two others injured in the shooting near 27th and brown street.a 16-year-old boy was one of the people injured. one neighbor we spoke to who asked we not show his face, says these shootings are happening too often.
it's not no color barrier you know we all bleed red we just need me help in this city it's sad police haven't released any information about suspects or possible arrests in this case. new this morning:the federal government is opening up its checkbook to try and put a dent in drug abuse across the country. opioids remain a growing problem not just nationally - but here in our area.pete zervakis is live with more. the will distribute 53 million dollars to 44 states... in an effort to help prevent the abuse of opioids. the u-s secretary of health and human services says the money will go to cracking down on the overperscription of pain killers... increasing access to treatment for addicts... and making sure the antidote naloxone -- which can be used to save someone who's
comes about a year after wisconsin's attorney general launched the state's "dose of reality" campaign to raise awareness about opioid and heroin abuse... and encourage people to turn in expired or unused prescriptions or medicines. in wisconsin - more people die of prescription painkiller overdoses than on any, other drug. the latest numbers we have here in milwaukee county come from the medical examiner... which says there were 161 drug overdose deaths county-wide in the first seven months of this year. the oldest victim was 93.... the youngest - was just 12. governor scott walker has ordered flags to fly at half-staff to honor fallen staff sergeant matthew thompson. thompson was a green beret from brookfield who was killed in afghanistan by a
governor's executive order will be in effect for saturday, september third. if you would like to show your support to the men and women serving in local law enforcement today you can. through the adopt a cop program you can drop off a goodies like candy, cookies, card or letters at the milwaukee police department headquarters off of state street. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...a new plan to get kids to read.the unexpected place where bookshelves are popping up in milwaukee. air.where jet blue is going
yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lo80 the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping
a couple of milwaukee alderman -- along with mayor tom barrett -- are launching books inside local barbershops. the city is partnering with the milwaukee public library to help address the achievement gap between blacks and whites.bookshelves will be built for the books. the macc fund will get a big donation today from east town travel and the 'cruise 4 macc.' you may remember mike jacobs, our long time anchor here at today's tmj4, hosted the mediterranean cruise last spring, as a fundraiser for the macc fund. today east town travel will present the organization with a check for
a live look at mitchell international airport this morning where carroll university will be welcoming dozens of international students later today. 35 students will arrive in milwaukee this afternoon to spend the school year at carroll. altogether, 57 international students will be at carroll this year. they're coming from two dozen countries, including south korea, including south korea, austria, and france. still ahead this morning: ma first commercial flights to cuba-- will be taking off from the u-s... again. plus... catching a buzz. why some of your favorite craft breweries-- might start making beer-- with an even bigger kick! kick!
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will travel to mexico to meet with that country's president -- he's doing that today ahead of a speech on immigration in arizona tonight. the campaign is also billing the event as a unity rally for arizona's republican party. trump's speech will come after a week of confusion about his immigration policy and whether he would deport the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants. and jet blue starts flying to cuba today, making it the first u.s. airline with regularly scheduled flights to that nation. the first flight is from fort lauderale to morning. jet blue will fly to santa clara, three times a week for now and then every day, starting october 1st. flights start at $99 each way. trending today:chris brown is out of jail this morning after posting a $250 thousand bail. he's in more trouble after being arrested again... on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.police say a woman called 9-1-1 to report brown pulled a gun on her while on the property.the
several videos on social media... claiming his innocence.he was convicted for a 2009 assault of his then- girlfriend rihanna. young singing sensation selena gomez is taking time off to deal with health issues. it comes right in the middle of her world tour. in a statement to people magazine, gomez says she has lupus and that she discovered anxiety and depression can be side effects. no word on whether her break will effect the rest of her tour, which scheduled to end in mexico in december. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with
upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather.after the cool morning, thursday afternoon is sunny, breezy and cool with highs struggling to reach 70 20 mph. friday is mostly sunny and seasonal with highs in the mid 70s, and the comfortable air will continue into the weekend with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. labor day is partly cloudy and more humid with highs in the lower 80s and scattered afternoon
in today's health:younger heart attack survivors are living longer than they used to ... but they still face an increased risk of early death. since 1980, there has been a sharp decline in deaths in the months and years after a heart attack -- thanks to better prevention efforts and treatments.a new study found survivors aged 50 and younger were almost twice as ly within a year ... largely from heart disease and smoking ... compared to the general population. craft brewers are now allowed to make beer with more kick. starting today -- a new law scraps the cap on alcohol content for beer in ohio.that state used to have a 12 percent cap that has been on the books since prohibition. lawmakeres say the law levels the playing field and makes ohio even more attractive to smaller breweries looking to locate to the state. as the zika virus continues to spread in florida, the state's
free mosquito repellent. starting sunday, walt disney world will provide free pump bottles and towelettes ... and hotel rooms will have aerosol bug spray.universal, sea world, busch gardens and adventure island ... will also have spray will also have spray available at guest service locations. football season is kicking off... and many are shifting the focus to concussion prevention for young athletes. a school in iowa is a school in iowa is working on a way to keep kids safe by performing what is called "baseline testing" that means establishing a so-c baseline... that gives medical professionals a kind of blueprint of how each individual's brain ?should? function... and a trails test""so what we do here is c3logic platform so c3logic platform so it's based on an ipad so what we do is test their balance, vision, both static and dynamic and so both head moving and normal vision, then we test their processing speeds, so it's kind of a symbols recognition so they have to find the symbols find the number and match it up. reaction time, and a trails test"jason vail says the baseline helps figure out just how serious a head
student has recovered. check this out-a wild baseball play during the indians-twins game.minnesota's kurt suzuki hits a comebacker off zach mcallister of the indians mcallister kicked his leg at the ball, like a soccer player, or that old game called "hackey-sack."the ball deflected off his leg, popped straight up, and it was an easy catch.amazing! a donald trump supporter in trump a donald trump supporter in pennsylvania a campaign sign for his yard -- so he turned his yard ?into? a campaign sign! 82-year-old eddie cash-dollar says he spent about two hours mowing his own sign in his lawn.you can see how big it is -- each letter is about 20 feet tall. the sign is 100 feet wide.a spokesperson for trump called it "the literal definition of grassroots enthusiasm." up next on live at daybreak on
hours... at 9 a-m ... the packers hall of fame will cut the ribbon on a new brett favre exhibit in green bay.the exhibit honors favre's time with the team and recognizes his most memorable performances.one display will look back at his n-f-l record 297 consecutive starts, and another will feature the exact locker favre used up until the 2003 lambeau field renovation. remember packers great gilbert brown ... a-k-a the gravedigger? he was a heaviest now the gravedigger tells us: he is down to 299 pounds... a weight he hasn't been at since before high school.but he admits.. he has a weakness for food everybody got bad habits. you know, my bad habit is fried chicken. i love fried chicken but i had to turn it down a little bit. you know what i'm saying? i always say i went from an 8 piece. to a four
brown said he has a family history of heart problems, and is determined to stay healthy. coming up:more options: why you won't just see the names "trump" and "clinton" when you head to the polls in november. plus...police response in sherman park. what led to more arrests in a neighborhood-- still healing from violent protests... and why a state rep-- got put in the back of a squad car.more live at
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